Description: Now available for FREE for iPhone/iPad on the Appstore!
Also avaialble for PC and Mac at MonstersEd.com
In this game you have to destroy monsters by answering math questions. The lessons range from simple arithmetic like adding and subtracting to working with fractions and negative integers. As you progress through the rounds the monsters get faster and faster. You earn points answering questions correctly which you can use to purchase upgrades between rounds in the Swag Store. Create a username and password for free to save your scores. If you are a teacher/parent, you can create an account for yourself to monitor all your kiddos’ progress for each lesson. This is great for those who want to master math automaticity to establish a strong foundation early on. Those who are struggling, who need intervention, this is a great way to engage those students who are reluctant to do worksheets, have them play a game! Your kids will love it; who knew math could be so fun!
Description: This lesson concentrates on key terminology associated with designing a performance assessment task. Participants should be aware that the terminology outlined in this course is simplified for all general audiences.
Description: Performance assessment tasks are now the “preferred” instructional and assessment approach for the Common Core Initiative and the assessment consortia. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about how to design good a performance assessment task and how to use them in the classroom. Questions parents and teachers have about performance assessment tasks range from, “What is a scoring guide?” to “How do these tasks implemented in the classroom? How will these assessments helps my students (child) develop into a proficient learner?” While no single publication or workshop can ever claim to answer every question teachers and parents have about performance assessments tasks, this course attempts to address many of those issues.
Description: The vocabulary digital story is for a high school biology class. The assignment was done for Dr. Olan's LAE5337 UCF class. The story is about a girl, Sarah, who scrapes her knee and her inflammatory response comes to her rescue.